A year or so ago I shared THESE donut tags that we used when visiting children that we hadn’t seen in Primary for a little while. Last week, someone asked, on the Primary Facebook group, if anyone had a cute ‘Welcome To Primary’ LDS Primary Donut Tag that they could use when welcoming new primary children into their ward. I was going to just add new text into my old tag, but then I decided to create a new one. Today I am sharing these cute tags with you!
It can be scary moving to a new place, and it can even be scary moving to a new ward, but I think donuts would make moving a little easier. This LDS Primary Donut Tag is the perfect way to let the new children know just how excited you are to have them in your ward. I know our small ward in Idaho is always excited when new families move in.
To put your little ‘Welcome to Primary’ donut treat together you will need donuts, my printable, and some string. If you decide to use a single donut you might need a cute bag or some other type of container to put the donut in.
I picked up a pack of donuts at our grocery store for $1. Then I cut out my tags, tied some string around the donuts and secured the tag by tying a knot. Easy peasy! Then, just deliver the yummy treat to your newest Primary child.
If you have a bakery in town, you could even go pick up a gift card for one donut and attach the tag to the gift card. Then the child could go and pick out their favorite donut. Mine would be a chocolate covered donut or a cream filled one. OK…now I want a donut.
I sure hope you enjoy my LDS Primary Donut Tag, and are able to use it when visiting or welcoming new children into your Primary. I would love to hear if you use the tags, so leave me a comment letting me know.
Thanks so much for stopping by! Have a wonderful day.
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